Next-Generation OS's For The Enterprise
|出版商||VDC Research Group, Inc.||商品編碼||893338|
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 30 Pages; 64 Exhibits
|企業用下一代OS市場 Next-Generation OS's For The Enterprise|
|出版日期: 2019年05月31日||內容資訊: 英文 30 Pages; 64 Exhibits||
本報告將概述終端用戶計算部署環境不斷變化的特性，並闡述下一代瀏覽器優先操作系統（BFOS）的市場機會，例如Google的Chrome操作系統，以及微軟傳聞中的Windows Lite操作系統──是Microsoft對Googl筆記型電腦Chomebook之成功的回應，為該公司首款BFOS（瀏覽器OS) 。為了更深入地了解這些趨勢，VDC Research最近調查了208名負責監督其組織終端用戶計算 (EUC) 的IT決策者（ITDM）。該研究的一個關鍵焦點包括操作系統使用和轉換趨勢，端點設備趨勢，如統一端點管理（UEM），以及它們對根深蒂固的EUC生態系統（即基於Windows的PC）的影響。本報告將討論對無縫跨越地理位置和網絡邊界的生產力和協作工具的需求;，同時更評估可具效率性安全存取(點閱)SaaS，Web，行動設備，Windows，Linux應用程式，桌上型電腦，文件等之雲端和瀏覽器最初解決方案的價值。
The changes occurring in end-user computing environments have been incremental since PCs became a fixture at every business user's desk. While Linux has become the de-facto operating system (OS) in data centers, and Apple has made notable gains in the education and enterprise markets, Microsoft's has been able to maintain its large footprint in business settings. The company's OS, directory services, and collaboration suite are engrained in SMBs and in most large corporations. But several factors are disrupting the traditional PC model - end-user expectations have evolved, business applications and core IT infrastructure elements have moved to the web and the cloud, and mobile devices have become business-critical for many organizations. Most importantly, an alternative next-generation OS has emerged.
Google's Chrome OS is exposing the obsolescence of traditional device administration, security and application management. Chrome OS powered devices feature robust embedded security and has provided Google with an opportunity to compete in corporate end-user computing (EUC) environments. In addition, Google has dethroned Apple in the education market and is introducing countless young people to its hardware and software, helping to predispose them to be Google fans once they finish their schooling and enter the workforce. But Google has made it clear that it intends to go further, and is aiming for the enterprise.
This report will outline the changing nature of end-user computing deployment environments and expound on the market opportunity for next-generation browser-first OS's (BFOS) such as Google's Chrome OS, and Microsoft's rumored Windows Lite OS - the company's answer to Google's success with Chromebooks, and its first BFOS. In order to garner more insight into these trends, VDC Research recently surveyed 208 IT decision makers (ITDMs) responsible for overseeing EUC for their organization. A critical focus of the research included OS usage and migration trends, endpoint device trends, such as unified endpoint management (UEM), and their effect on the entrenched EUC ecosystem, namely, Windows-based PCs. It will discuss the need for productivity and collaboration tools that seamlessly span geographies and network boundaries; and address the value of deploying a cloud and browser-first solution that provides streamlined and secure access to SaaS, web, mobile, Windows, and Linux apps, as well as desktops and files.